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I think, on the whole offaly are now in a good place off the pitch. There are some really good signs of green shoots appearing with the underage. It will take 5 to 10 years to see offaly playing liam mcarthy and Div 1 on a regular basis.
3 years is a long time in sport. Be very interesting to see how Antrim fare for the rest of the league. Clare are In utter internal turmoil. Very similar to offaly in regards to the county board before Michael Duignan took office.
Only two schools. Carrig and puckaun. Some of the area's you mentioning like kilbarron are the Shannon rovers clubs area. Arcroney is mcdonaghs and dromineer I think is burgess, I could be wrong on that one. All of north tipperary is steeped in hurling. But we never played them at adult level until ...
Kiladangan is geographical big, population small. Two primary schools with one with children coming from nenagh to attend. Tiny village who put the work in with the help of brilliant chairmen. Were never a force in tipp until recently. amalgamated with other clubs for a couple of years also. For wha...
Ballinamere remind me of kildangan in Tipperary. Bad junior team who 25 years later won their way up to a senior A County champions. Winning all irelands, several North's and produced a huge amount of county men across all grades.
What tullamore need is a progressive club executive. Need to invest in people. A games promotion officer would help. Along with Edenderry, should be competing at a far higher level. Strike me as a club where one code is more dominant than the other and that's holding back both codes.
Only one team should come up from senior B. Nothing worse than losing a county final and having to play the following year up a grade that your not able for. County champions should be the only one that gets promoted.